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Common Terms Used in Language Schools

Many people decide to take a language class in school. While an English class is a requirement in most educational systems in the United States, many students also take up a foreign language such as Spanish or Chinese. If you are considering learning how to speak another language, the following terms can help you understand the different parts of the class and the topics it will cover.

  • Course – A class at school that is focuses on helping a student learn a certain subject, such as English, math, and science.
  • Language Arts – This subject teaches students how to understand and use both oral and written language. Subtopics with this area are spelling, grammar, reading, as well as composition.
  • Grammar – The rules that designate the proper way to string words together into sentences while speaking and writing. This subject covers types of words, like nouns, adjectives, and verbs. It also discusses past, present, and future tense. Foreign languages courses like Spanish also include this topic.
  • Vocabulary – The words used in a language in its entirety or a set of words relating to a certain subject. These words are usually paired with the definitions so that the students can better understand.
  • Abroad – An alternative schooling option in which students learn away from home, usually in another country.
  • Tutor – A educator who coaches a student on a one by one basic. This education often takes place in the student’s home. This position is sometimes hired on a temporary basis to expand on the subjects learned in school.
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    Amerispan
    1334 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19107
    We can help you learn Spanish, French, Italian and 10 other languages in more than 70 countries worldwide. We'll put you in touch with the tools you need to become fluent in these languages.
    (215) 751-1100
    Sixty Vocab.com
    879 N. 25th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130
    We separate vocabulary from grammar lessons and then keep a record of the vocabulary, so as a student you can track your progress over time.
    (267) 289-2601
    Worldspeak
    P.o. Box 3127, Washington, DC 20010
    WorldSpeak is a premiere language training center in Washington DC that offers customized programs for individuals, corporations, government, educational institutions, and many other clientele.
    (855) 279-6753
    Edico USA
    755 Walker Rd, Dover, DE 19904
    (302) 747-7010
    Christiana Mall Management Ofc
    715 Christiana Mall, Newark, DE 19702
    (302) 731-7348
    English Language Institute
    189 W Main St, Newark, DE 19716
    (302) 831-2674
    Anne Arundel Medical Center
    2001 Medical Pkwy, Annapolis, MD 21401
    (443) 481-1000
    Back to Basics Learning Dynamics Inc
    6 Stone Hill Rd, Wilmington, DE 19803
    (302) 594-0754
    Zion Lutheran Church
    400 E Lexington St, Baltimore, MD 21202
    (410) 727-3939
    Berlitz Language Centers
    1413 Annapolis Rd, Odenton, MD 21113
    (410) 672-3410
    The Center for
    4403 Atwick Rd, Baltimore, MD 21210
    (410) 235-0006
    Adriane Hope Sayles
    5303 W Court Dr, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772
    (301) 780-7911
    M T M Linguasoft
    4621 Cedar Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19143
    (215) 729-6765
    Beltone Hearing Aid Center
    200 Lawrence Rd, Broomall, PA 19008
    (610) 353-6911
    Spanish Language School Inc
    2004 Sansom St, Philadelphia, PA 19103
    (215) 567-4446


    Language schools help students learn to speak and read a variety of foreign tongues such as Spanish, French, German, Italian, and Arabic. Many of the schools offer intensive immersion programs to help students learn quickly. Others, however, have classes that meet a couple times per week to provide students with the lessons that they need to speak a new language. There are several things to consider before choosing a foreign language program. You need to make sure that the classes are taught by a qualified instructor or tutor who can teach lessons effectively. You also need to make sure that the program has lessons that are tailored to your specific needs. Many colleges, for instance, have summer immersion programs that train international exchange students for their study abroad experiences. Other language programs, however, provide courses that will prepare English speakers for vacations in other countries. Some programs also use online training to help their students learn lessons quickly. Online courses often work well for learning foreign languages, because they can utilize video and audio files. Some programs have regular classes that meet on campus or at a community center, but they use supplemental online material to help students learn their lessons quickly. If you think that you will need additional instruction, then you might want to choose a private instructor who can focus on study methods that work best for you. You can learn more about language school and foreign language centers by searching the internet. Investigate online options as well as those that meet in your area to help you choose an affordable course that uses methods that are most helpful to you.
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